iOS 10.3 – CFW iCloud Bypass Lilo Dark 8 Overview

In today's video I am glad to present you the newest version of Lilo Dark, the application I've created for iCloud Bypass Research purpose and not only. In this version I've added the feature from F.C.E. 365 iVe, so that you can remove the iCloud account signed into a Jailbroken device without being prompted for a password. This is particularly useful if you've forgot your password, or if you bought a second-hand device that is activated, but has the account logged on it. Due to the fact that it requires a Jailbroken device, using this feature is currently possible on iOS 10-10.2.

The rest of the features are compatible with iOS 10.3 Beta. I've improved the detection for the bypassed devices (with CFW) to be able to detect more daemons running on the system, to ensure more reliability. The design has also got a major change, I let you see in the video the new design changes and I hope you'll like them.
On the jailbreak detection side, I've improved the diagnostics page so that I fixed the Yalu Jailbreak detection bug.

==Resources==
Lilo Dark v8: //fce365.info/ios-tools-downloads/
CFW Creation Tutorial: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=twgXnIehbVY
How to Remove iCloud with Filza: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=4F1eLGkPHlk

F.A.Q. Page (READ IT): //fce365.info/f-a-q-cfw-bypass/

 

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C#, C, Objective-C Programmer | Beginner iOS Security Researcher | Content Creator | Web Developer I like to bring the latest news from the iOS / iDevice / Jailbreak battlefield to you in a beautiful manner :) I hope you like the site. If you do, don't forget to check out my channel :)

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